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Alan Wake 2 Teaser Trailer: NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 + Path Tracing Look Amazing

Alan Wake 2 Teaser Trailer: NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 + Path Tracing Look Amazing
Aug 24, 2023

If you remember, a few years ago now we saw Control -- made by Remedy Entertainment -- become one of the best-looking games of its time. Hell, it still looks great now -- and was a driving force of NVIDIA's ray tracing and DLSS technologies. Now, Remedy is back with another gorgeous game... Alan Wake 2, with even better NVIDIA technologies inside.

Alan Wake 2 received a beautiful new teaser trailer at Gamescom 2023 overnight, showing off full-on path tracing (teased recently in Cyberpunk 2077) alongside NVIDIA's just-announced DLSS 3.5 update, where Alan Wake 2 will also get Ray Reconstruction technology to show off your Gaming PC in style. Tatu Aalto, Lead Graphics Programmer at Remedy Entertainment teased: "The new Ray Reconstruction feature in DLSS 3.5 renders our fully ray-traced world more beautifully than ever before, bringing you deeper into the story of Alan Wake 2".

Another trailer was dumped out overnight, where we get a better look at Alan Wake 2: we have parts of the live-action side of the game, part in-engine gameplay, and on top of that, Remedy creative director Sam Lake (the face of Max Payne, developed by Remedy) explaining that this isn't just for the trailer... this is what Alan Wake 2 is filled with. Check that trailer out, below:

Remedy is powering Alan Wake 2 with its in-house Northlight engine, which is now a tweaked version of the engine that the developer used to build Control. 

Alan Wake 2 will hit the PC on October 28... so we don't have toooooo much longer to wait.